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Raghuram Iyer to probe the Chlorine gas leakage incident on SCB premises

Cuttack:30/11/17; The district administration today constituted a six-member team led by ADM (Revenue) Raghuram Iyer to probe the Chlorine gas leakage incident on SCB premises on Wednesday.

The team will comprise officials of the public health division, additional director of Factories & Boilers Directorate and SCB superintendent. The district collector has asked the team to submit the probe report based on which action will be initiated.

Earlier on Wednesday, as many as 46 persons including some students of the nearby hostels, fire fighting officials and other patients admitted in the treatment wards of the hospital around the pump house fell sick following leakage of the gas from tanks placed inside the pump house.



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